Achlan wasachlan !
Farsi in arabic script
Ayykawkab wrote:Getting into Dune again after many years away. Read the book when I was 13, completely spellbound. My teachers were insistent that I put the book down, go outside and 'play'. But I had to sneak back in and spend a little more of my lunchtime on the sands of Arrakis. Still awaiting a completely decent visual adaptation. Something for HBO to tackle one day?
Ayykawkab wrote:I'm British, I live in Saudi Arabia. I can speak and read a small amount of Arabic. I study groundwater for a living. Paleowater that fell as rain thousands of years ago.
The Nabataeans were expert hydraulic engineers, and their skills in constructing wells, cisterns, runnels and aqueducts enabled them to develop advanced agriculture and practice soil conservation. At Petra, however, there are no Nabataean wells: Water from springs and channeled runoff fed more than 200 rock-carved cisterns. By contrast, at Mada’in Salih there is no evidence of surface springs; the Nabataeans here depended on more than 130 wells and channeled their sporadic rainfall into cisterns cut into the sandstone.
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